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List of schools in Singapor


Singapore's schools come under the purview of the Ministry of Education. Singapore has many primary schools and secondary schools, as well as junior colleges, centralised institutes, polytechnics and universities providing tertiary education.
Under the Compulsory Education Act, all children at the age of 6 has to attend primary school since 1st January 2003.[1] It is a criminal offense to fail to do so;[1] however, parents may apply for an exemption from the Ministry of Education for their child to be homeschooled or to attend full-time religious institutions.[2]

Pre-University Education
Pre-University Education prepares students for the GCE “A” Level examination at the end of the 2-year junior college or 3-year centralised institute course. Students who completed their pre-university education will receive a School Graduation Certificate1.
Fast Facts ■2-3 years of education ■School fees after subsidy2: $6.00 Standard miscellaneous fees: $11.00 Second-tier miscellaneous fees3: $11.00 Independent Junior Colleges charge a separate scale of fees. The range of fees for local students(excluding miscellaneous fees) as at 2010 is $300 – $400 per month4
■National examination: GCE ‘A’ Levels ■All students take part in at least one CCA; CCA performance is considered for university admission

Pre-University Centres
Below is a list of schools offering a two or three-year pre-university education in Singapore, along with the special programmes offered by the schools. The year of establishment in this article reflects the year in which the pre-university programme is implemented, particularly for the Integrated Programme High Schools. All pre-university programmes in Singapore are co-educational in tandem with the Ministry of Education's (MOE) requirements. These schools can be divided into two groups: junior colleges and centralised institutes.

Junior Colleges (JC)

These offer two-year courses leading to the GCE A-level examination.
CodeZoneCollege NameEstablishedAddressTypeSpecial Programmes
EnglishChineseAbb.
0705NorthAnderson Junior College安德逊初级学院AJC19844500 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6Government
7001WestAnglo-Chinese School (Independent) IB World School英华中学 (自主)ACS(I)-IBDP2004 (IBDP)121 Dover RoadIndependentIP, MEP
0803WestAnglo-Chinese Junior College英华初级学院ACJC197725 Dover Close EastGovernment-AidedMEP, DEP(TSD), LEP (EL)
0802SouthCatholic Junior College公教初级学院CJC1975129 Whitley RoadGovernment-AidedLEP (EL)
3101EastDunman High School德明政府中学DHS2005 – IP10 Tanjong Rhu RoadAutonomousIP, MEP, BSP, LEP (CL), AEP
0806CentralHwa Chong Institution华侨中学HCI1974661 Bukit Timah RoadIndependentIP, HP, LEP (CL), AEP, BSP
0713NorthInnova Junior College星烁初级学院IJC200521 Champions WayGovernmentLEP (ML)
0703WestJurong Junior College裕廊初级学院JJC1981800 Corporation RoadGovernmentLEP (CL)
0712EastMeridian Junior College美廉初级学院MJC200321 Pasir Ris Street 71Government
0908WestMillennia Institute励仁高级中学MI200460 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8GovernmentDTP
0805NorthNanyang Junior College南洋初级学院NYJC1978128 Serangoon Avenue 3Government-AidedLEP (CL), AEP
0712CentralNational Junior College国家初级学院NJC196937 Hillcrest RoadGovernmentIP, HP, AEP, MEP, STaR
7801WestNUS High School of Mathematics and Science新加坡国立大学附属数理中学NUSHS200520 Clementi Ave 1IndependentIP, DIP
0711WestPioneer Junior College先驱初级学院PJC199921 Teck Whye WalkGovernment
0704SouthRaffles Institution莱佛士初级学院RI198210 Bishan Street 21IndependentIP, HP, LEP (JL), LEP (EL), MEP, TSD
3103WestRiver Valley High School立化中学RVHS1956 2006 – IP6 Boon Lay AvenueAutonomousIP, BSP
0710NorthSerangoon Junior College实龙岗初级学院SRJC19881033 Upper Serangoon RoadGovernment
0804SouthSaint Andrew's Junior College圣安德烈初级学院SAJC197855 Potong Pasir Avenue 1Government-Aided
0709EastTampines Junior College淡滨尼初级学院TPJC19862 Tampines Avenue 9GovernmentLEP (ML), TSD
0702EastTemasek Junior College淡马锡初级学院TJC197722 Bedok South RoadGovernmentIP, HP, LEP (CL), MEP
0706EastVictoria Junior College维多利亚初级学院VJC198420 Marine VistaGovernmentIP, HP, TSD, NAV
0708NorthYishun Junior College义顺初级学院YJC19863 Yishun Ring RoadGovernment

Centralised Institutes (CI)

The only centralised institute is Millennia Institute (MI), which offers a three-year course leading to the GCE A-level examination in arts, science, and commerce.[3]

Abbreviations Used

MOE-based Programmes:
  • HP: Humanities Programme
  • LEP: Language Elective Programme
  • AEP: Art Elective Programme
  • MEP: Music Elective Programme
  • TSD/DEP: Theatre Studies and Drama / Drama Elective Programme
MOE-Endorsed School-based Programmes:
  • IP: Integrated Programme – Singapore-Cambridge GCE 'A' Level track or IB Diploma Programme (IBDP)
  • BSP: Bi-Cultural Studies Programme (Chinese)
  • DTP: Dual-Track Programme (GCE 'A' Level Certification & Diploma)
  • STaR: National Junior College Science Training and Research (STaR) Programme
  • NAV: NUS-A*Star-VJC (NAV) Science Research Programme

Language centres

Technical schools

Post-Secondary institutes

Institute of Technical education

The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) accepts students based on their GCE "O" level or GCE "N" level results and they provide 2-year courses leading to a locally recognised "National ITE Certificate." There are 10 ITE Colleges in Singapore. A few ITE graduates continue their education at polytechnics and universities. ITE students are sometimes seen as being less capable and possibly less successful than polytechnic or JC students. Recent speeches by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Minister of Education Tharman Shanmugaratnam have pointed out that there can be different definitions and types of success, in a bid to work towards a more inclusive society.
ITE provides four main levels of certification:
  • Master National ITE Certificate (Master Nitec)
  • Higher National ITE Certificate (Higher Nitec)
  • National ITE Certificate (Nitec)
  • Technical Engineer Diploma (TED) (from 2007) [37]
There are also other skills certification through part-time apprenticeship courses conducted jointly by ITE and industrial companies.
The Institute of Technical Education campuses were reorganised under the "Collegiate system" into 3 major colleges around the island, a regrouping and renaming exercise which took effect on 1 January 2005. ITE College East was the first to open in Simei in January 2005, and the existing "ITE East Network" campuses were renamed as "ITE College Central" campuses, to be replaced by a new campus in Ang Mo Kio. "ITE West Network" campuses were renamed "ITE College West" campuses, and their new campus will be at Choa Chu Kang. The two new campuses will open by 2015 .
ITE College East
ITE CE-SM Logo.jpg
EstablishedJanuary 2005
TypePublic
PrincipalMr Eden Liew
LocationSimei, Singapore
Website[1]

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Polytechnics

Universities

See also List of universities in Singapore

Singapore universities


Undergraduate, permanent campus

Graduate Arts School

New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia [1]

Postgraduate, permanent campus

Postgraduate in collaboration with local universities

Specialised tertiary schools

Special education schools

International schools

International Schools: these offer courses including IGCSE and IB

References

External links


Source: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Universities in Malaysia


Universities in Malaysia(Universiti Dan Kolej Di Malaysia)
http://en.wikipedia.org








There are 20 Public Universities (IPTA) in Malaysia. Malaysia also has 60 Private Higher Education Institutions (IPTS) like Universiti Teknologi Petronass (UTP), Universiti Multi Media (MMU) and Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten).
These universities, university colleges and polytechnics nationwide produced 184,581 graduates in 2011.
There are 90,000 over foreign students studying in Malaysia
With over 90,000 international students from over 100 nations studying in Malaysia, the country is the world’s 11th largest exporter of educational services.
Malaysia is fast becoming an educational hub for excellence in the Asian region because its tertiary education sector has grown exponentially in the past decade.
The vision of Malaysian government is to create a higher education environment that fosters the development of academic and institutional excellence in order for the country to secure its position as a global education hub.
Schools from Australia and the United Kingdom (UK) were setting up branches in Malaysia in the past 10 years, and this reflects Malaysia’s growing educational domain.
As the world’s 11th largest exporter of educational services, Malaysia has over 90,000 international students from over 100 nations studying in schools, colleges, university colleges and universities.
Malaysia is increasingly being seen a regional leader in providing world-class education, with 200,000 international students expected in Malaysia by 2020.

The higher education ministry expects to earn RM6 billion a year from foreign students based on an average earning of RM30,000 per student.

Malaysia has become a popular destination for the pursuit of higher education among foreign students, more and more established reputable universities from around the world will set up their branch campuses here, working jointly with Malaysian universities and colleges.
Malaysia is an attractive destination for overseas students as a stable, safe and relatively cheap place to study.
In 2012, there are 25 foreign universities applied to set up campuses in Malaysia.
This has proven that the interest in the Malaysia's tertiary education sector has shifted to higher gear.
The Government's focus on the education sector had made Malaysia a centre of educational excellence in the region.

Malaysia currently hosts more than 93,000 international students from more than 100 countries, with 150,000 targeted by 2015 and 200,000 by 2020.

Ranked as the world's 11th largest exporter of educational services, the government is counting on the increased demand for quality education from students in existing and new markets, like the Middle East, China and Africa.
Increase in foreign student's enrollment in Malaysia has made the country one of the strongest emergent contenders in the international market of foreign students.
Malaysia has :
1) 11 private universities,
2) 5 branches of foreign universities,
3) six university colleges,
4) one virtual University
5) one Open University in Malaysia.

By 1999 at least 70 institutions of higher education from UK had some kind of collaborative arrangement with Malaysian private institutions.
Compare this with the situation in 1995, when 20 per cent of Malaysian students studied abroad – costing the country an estimated RM2.4 billion a year.
The policy of internationalization in higher education in Malaysia has evolved due to necessity in keeping with the demands of changing market economies. To transform from a production based economy to a knowledge based economy requires a highly skilled and knowledgeable workforce.

To that end, the Malaysian government sought to partner with foreign higher educational institutions to offer more educational opportunities for Malaysians on their own soil.
The internationalization policy for higher education in Malaysia was formulated with six critical aspects in mind, that is:
1) student mobility,
2) staff mobility,
3) academic programs,
4) research and development,
5) social integration and
6) community development

These new policies were soon translated into regulatory frameworks to provide quality education in the private sector coupled with support from international institutions of higher education.


The government focused on making Malaysia a leader in education in Southeast Asia, and the foundations laid will take the country forward in the next few decades as well.

The education system is a clear success story, and international students have voted with their feet by choosing Malaysia over other countries.

Universiti Malaya achieved its best position in the QS Asian University Rankings 2012.
UM placed 35th overall, the highest among higher learning institutions in Malaysia.
UM achieved an overall score of 71.4 out of a possible 100 and ranked fourth for inbound and outbound student exchange.

UM also ranked number one in Malaysia for academic reputation and employer reputation.

QS Asian University rankings represent the most extensive study of institutions conducted with 500 universities assessed and include responses to academic and employer surveys by QS.
Sarawak Technology University

Read more: UKM in best 'young varsity' list - General - New Straits Times
http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/ukm-in-best-young-varsity-list-1.89486#ixzz1xeUMACOv


 

Top 4 Best Universities in Malaysia
University 2007 2006 2005
University of Malaya UM 1 2 1
Technological University of Malaysia UTM 2 3 4
National University of Malaysia UKM 3 1 2
Putra University of Malaysia (UPM) 4 4 3









Eight Higher educational institutions in Malaysia :







1 2 3 4
Public Universities Polytechnics Community Colleges Teacher Training Colleges
Public Universities Polytechnics Community Colleges Teacher Training Colleges
Fully funded government universities. Which train school leavers to be skilled technical assistants and technicians in various engineering fields, or junior & middle level executives. Institutions for SPM or SPM(V) school leavers to train, 'reskill' or 'up-skill' themselves. Responsible for producing teachers under the management of Teacher Education Division in the Ministry of Education.



5 6 7 8
Technical & Vocational Education Private Universities Foreign University Branch Campuses Private Colleges
Technical & Vocational Education Private Universities Foreign University Branch Campuses Private Colleges
An alternative to academic qualifications. It emphasizes hands-on training and new skills. Privately owned and established by financially sound corporations. They can confer the award of bachelor degrees & other higher qualifications. Universities from foreign countries, which provide the option for students in Malaysia to obtain foreign tertiary qualifications locally instead of going abroad. Colleges run by the private sector to provide tertiary education to school leavers.






n Public Universities in Malaysia

List of 20 Government (Public) Universities There are 20 Public Universities in Malaysia :
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)Putra University,Malaysia
www.upm.edu.my
(research university)
4-10-1971
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)University of Science, Malaysia
www.usm.my
(research university)
1969
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) National University of Malaysiawww.ukm.my
(research university)
18-5-1970
Universiti Malaya (UM) University of Malaya
www.um.edu.my
(research university)
7-1-1962
MARA (University Technology MARA)UiTM
26-8-1999
Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)
Kolej Universiti Kejuruteroan Utara Malaysia (KUKUM)
2-5-2002
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
Kolei Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM)
1-12-2000
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
Formally Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn (KUiTTHO)
upgraded in 2007
www.kuittho.edu.my
30-9-2000
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia (KUIM)
upgraded to Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) in 2007 13-3-1998
Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia (UPNM)
Malaysian Armed Forces Academy
10-11-2006
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK)14-6-2006
Universiti Darul Iman Malaysia (UDM)1-1-2006
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP)formerly Kolej Universiti Kejuruteroan & Teknologi Malaysia (KUKTEM)16-2-2002
Universiti Pendidkan Sultan Idris (UPSI)
formerly (UPSI) Institute Perguruan Sultan Idris (IPSI)
24-2-1997
Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM)International Islamic University Malaysiaالجامعة الإسلامية العالمية ماليزيا
10-5-1983
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)
officially launched on Feb 1st, 2007,
formerly known as :
Kolej Universiti Soins & Teknologi Malaysia (KUSTEM)
- July 2001
KUT - July 1999
UPMT - June 1996
Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)Northern University of Malaysia
www.uum.edu.my
16-2-1984
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)University of Malaysia Sarawak
www.unimas.my
24-12-1992
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)University of Malaysia Sabahwww.ums.edu.my
24-11-1994










PUBLICby Government
PRIVATEby Non-Government
Public
Institutions of
Higher Learning
Universities : UIAM
UDM
UiTM
UKM
UM
UMK
UMP
UMS
UMT
UniMAP
UniMAS
UPM
UPSI
USIM
USM
UTeM
UTHM
UTM
UTNM
UUM


University Colleges : KUIM
KUiTTHO
KUKTEM
KUKUM
KUSTEM
KUTKM
Private
Institutions of
Higher Learning
Universities :

MMU
UTP
UNITEN
OUM
UNITAR
UTAR
MUST
Nottingham
Curtin
Monash
IMU
AIMST

etc...
University Colleges :
INTI
Sunway
KUTPM
Limkokwing

etc...
Private
Institutions of
Learning
Colleges :
KDU
Nilai
Taylor's
APIIT
IPG
KBU
Informatics
PRIME
and 600 others private colleges...








Undergraduate & Skills Programmes Available in Malaysia Universities

Fields of Study Public Universities Private Universities and Colleges PublicCollege
1 Foundation Studies / Pre-University Programmes
2 Agriculture
3 Art, Design & Music
4 Aviation & Maritime
5 Business & Administration
6 Computer & Technology
7 Construction
8 Education
9 Engineering & Technical Skill
10 Health & Welfare
11 Hospitality & Tourism/Food & Beverage/Culinary
12 Humanities
13 Language Studies
14 Law
15 Manufacturing
16 Mass Communication
17 Medicine
18 Science & Mathematics
19 Social Science
20 Transport/Childcare/Secretarial



Higher Learning Institutions in Malaysia Universities
Malaysian government regards highly skilled human capital as the nucleus of a knowledge-based economy and has been attempting to reform higher-educational policies in both the public and private sectors since 1990s.
The Malaysian government put in place a good framework of legislations on education which were tabled in the House of Parliament between 1995 and 1997. “Education reform” is seen as a key concern in Malaysia since independence in 1963. Currently there are 20 public universities and 6 university collages established under the Universities and University Colleges Act.
Recent years a global consensus has emerged in the importance of investing in human capital, which is viewed as an essential part of efforts to raise incomes and achieved sustained economic growth of a country. In that respect the human capital produce from the university educational system should be competitive in term of knowledge and skills and in term of character and integrity. The trend of labor market in Malaysia suggests that there is an urgent need to invest in such new education system.
The Key challenge of the education system is to provide Malaysia with a competent workforce with knowledge and skills. Overall it has been widely reported that the country needs an estimated 2.2 million total workforce by 2010.
The Role of Higher Institutions is to produce a competent workforce equipped with the skills, knowledge, attitude and behavior to meet the demands of the high-technology era. Presently, only about 12% of the general population pursue tertiary studies locally and a significant portion of those students study abroad (NAPIEI, 2002). By the year 2020, the government hopes that 40 percent of the Malaysian population will attend tertiary education. All Universities in Malaysia play a significant role in fulfilling these needs. The prerequisite of a successful institution of higher learning is to have skilled workforce. Hence human resource development in a university is vital and remains significant in this millennium.











Those who like to further their higher education in the Garden City Kuching, Malaysia, there are 2 Universities and 4 Colleges to select :




UNIVERSITIES PRIVATE COLLEGES IN KUCHING CITY
1) Swinburne Sarawak (Foreign Private University) 2) UNIMAS (Government Public University)
More about Kuching City... List of Universities in Kuching City...
1) SEGI College: http://www.segi.edu.my/ (formally called IBMS.)

2) INTI College Sarawak: http://www.intisar.edu.my (at old St. Patrick school) 3) UCSI Sedaya College : www.ucsi.edu.my hotel management course only

4) CBS College (sunway group) :http://www.cadas.edu.my - accounting and business studies. 5) Lim Kok Wing Institute 6) UCS United College Sarawak branch



n Educational Links









Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam (JPA) or Public Service Department (PSD) provides scholarships and loans for students to further their studies locally and overseas.
JPA has an Overseas Programme for Bachelor's Degree Qualifications by offering overseas Bachelor's degree sponsorship programmes to students with good SPM results. The selected students who are not more than 18 years old will undergo locally-conducted preparatory courses for two years. These students who pass with distinction in the preparatory course will be offered places in any of the top universities in US, Britain or Australia and given full scholarships.




April 2008 - READER'S DIGEST : UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA THE BEST UNIVERSITY IN MALAYSIA

The University of Malaya is recognized as Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand as not only the best university in Malaysia but also as an internationally-respected and most trusted institution of higher education.

University of Malaya once again received the Gold Award for Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand 2008. University of Malaya was voted by consumers as the best and the most trusted brand for universities in Malaysia. In 2007, University of Malaya became the first university in Malaysia to win the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand in the university category, the first time the category was introduced. This second win in 2008 has made University of Malaya the only university in Malaysia to receive the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand accolade twice.

This achievement is a confirmation that Malaysia’s first and oldest university is well on its way to joining the ranks of top universities in the world-class university leagues. The survey done by Reader’s Digest through the Nielsen Company is a credible and reputable one in which readers vote objectively for their most trusted brand. This win affirms the local and international standing of the University of Malaya and underscores its strengths in research and teaching. Its also reaffirms the international accreditation received by the university for its various degrees.

University of Malaya academic programmes are of international standard and recognized by international bodies.



n Malaysian Government's Educational Departments




n International Universities with campus in Malaysia ......more detail

1 Monash University www.unim.nottingham.ac.uk Selangor 1998 Australia
2 Curtin University of Technology www.monash.edu.my Miri, Sarawak 1999 Australia
3 University of Nottingham www.curtin.edu.my Kuala Lumpur 2000 UK
4 Swinburne University of Technology www.swinburne.edu.my Kuching City 2004 Australia



n Public University Colleges in Malaysia

1 Kolej Universiti Sains Dan Teknologi Malaysia KUSTEM www.kustem.edu.my
3 Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia KUTKM www.kutkm.edu.my
4 Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia KUKUM www.kukum.edu.my
5 University College of Engineering and Technology Malaysia KUKTEM community.kuktem.edu.my
For Religious Study :
6 Islamic University College of Malaysia KUIM











n Distance Learning in Malaysia


Acquiring a Bachelor's degree through distance learning is no longer a new thing for Malaysia. Distance learning provides the flexibility of acquiring a degree at own pace and at a reduced cost.
Malaysia's higher educational institutions PHEI conduct distance learning programmes with the approval from the national quality assurance agency MQA. Students learn at their own pace through online tutorials and course materiols from the institution. Students are required to attend a number of face-to-face tutorials at the institution's premises
1 University of Malaya Centre for Continuing Education UMCCed www.umcced.edu.my
2 Universiti Sains Malaysia USM www.usm.my
3 Open University Malaysia [UNIVERSITI TERBUKA MALAYSIA] OUM (UNITEM) www.oum.edu.my
4 SPACE School of Professional and Continuing Education SPACE www.spaceutm.edu.my
5 Wawasan Open University College WOU www.wou.edu.my
6 Universiti Tun Abdul Razak UniTAR
7 Malaysia Multimedia University MMU



n Private Schools and Institutes


Cyma College Of Commerce 7th Floor, Bangunan Cahaya Suria, Jln Silang, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan
03-2031 9020
POLITEKNIK KOTA KINABALU http://www.pkksabah.edu.my


Akademi Pelancongan World-Point http://www.world-point.net
Axismatics Professional Institute http://www.axismatics.edu.my
IN-HOUSE MULTIMEDIA COLLEGE http://inhouse.edu.my
Institut Astin http://www.astin.edu.my
Institute of Science and Management
(Institut Sains & Pengurusan)
http://www.etawau.com
Kolej Komuniti Tawau
Kolej Eastern Kota Kinabalu
New Era College http://www.newera.edu.my
Sabah Institute Of Art
S.I.T. International College http://www.sit.edu.my
Snips College of Creative Art www.snipsgroup.com



n Nursing Schools in Malaysia


Hospital Fatimah Nursing School Fatimah Hospital, Ipoh
MAHSA Nursing School Attached to the Malaysian Allied Health Sciences Academy

Adventist College of Nursing in Penang Adventist Hospital
Kolej Kejururawatan, Hosp Sultanah Aminah Johor Baru
Kolej Kejururawatan Pusrawi Pusat Rawatan Islam, KL
Kolej Jururawat Masyarakat, Tawau
Pantai College of Nursing located in Pantai Medical Centre, KL
Subang Jaya Medical Centre School of Nursing in SJMC. Website has no updated info on the school though.
Tun Tan Cheng Lock College of Nursing located in Assunta Hospital, PJ
University Malaya Medical Centre, School of Nursing in UMMC, KL. There is also an Unofficial Website of the UMMC school of nursing
UCSI School of Nursing attached to the University College Sedaya International
Hospital Lam Wah Ee Nursing School attached to Hospital Lam Wah Ee
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan located in Kuantan, Pahang
Sarawak Health Department Webpage on Nursing as a career. Has a list of all the Government Schools of Nursing
IMU Nursing School attached to the International Medical University



n INSTITUSI LATIHAN - List of Government's Nursing Colleges in Malaysia


Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Kuala Lumpur
Kolej Kejururawatan Klang
Sekolah Latihan Pembantu Farmasi,Petaling Jaya
Kolej Pembantu Perubatan Hospital Seremban
Sekolah Jururawat Masyarakat Kuala Pilah
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Melaka
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Bahru
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Kuala Terengganu
Kolej Kejururawatan Kubang Kerian,Kota Bahru
Kolej Kejururawatan, Hospital Alor Setar, Kedah
Kolej Pembantu Perubatan, Hospital Alor Setar
Kolej Kejururawatan Pulau Pinang
Sekolah Latihan Pergigian, Pulau Pinang
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Taiping, Perak
Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Ipoh
Kolej Pembantu Perubatan Hospital Bahagia Ulu Kinta, Tanjong Rambutan









Kolej Kejururawatan Hospital Duchess of Kent,Sandakan
Kolej Kejururawatan Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Sekolah Jururawat Masyarakat Tawau, Sabah

Kolej Kejururawatan Sandakan

Kolej Kejururawatan Kuching
Kolej Kejururawatan Sibu
Kolej Pembantu Perubatan Kuching
Sekolah Kejururawatan Serian, Sarawak
Sekolah Latihan Pembantu Farmasi Kuching, Sarawak



n Scholarships for Malaysian and Oversea Students




n Colleges and Institutes in Malaysia





















n Universities with campus in Tawau Town, Sabah

http://www.ums.edu.my
OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA




































The development of higher education in Malaysia is moving forward globalizing. Universities and colleges are facing new challenges in advancement and progression. Overseas universities such as in U.K, USA, Australia are transforming themselves into global universities, establishing new campuses and exporting educational programmes in other foreign countries. In Malaysia, Nottingham University and Monash University, are good example of such global universities. Malaysia accept overseas universities to set up campuses here at the same time want the local universities to be at par with these universities. Local universities should be able to produce graduates of comparable quality. A healthy competition with the foreign universities is able to improve the quality of Malaysian own universities's potential and strength.
The Ninth Malaysian Plan, turn Malaysia into a regional centre for higher education. By 2010 Malaysia should become a global education hub and to be able to attract 100,000 students from overseas. Today, there are already students from the West Asia and China and surrounding countries. Given its strategic location, its resources, and its past role as the cultural crossroad of the world, Malaysia is unquestionably the most appropriate place to be a regional hub for higher educational learning.

Malaysian Colleges and Universities have also begun taking their programmes overseas. Several Malaysian institutions have set up programmes in over a dozen countries. This remarkable success serves as the catalyst to Malaysian institutions to improve its educational services and courses.

To turn Malaysia into a regional hub of academic excellence, Malaysian must be alert to new ideas and new strategies. The main priorities, for local universities and colleges is to offer courses pertinent to Malaysia’s development. Graduates produced must have skills and knowledge relevant to every sector of the economy of the country.
Malaysian government aware the urgent need in services and knowledge-based sectors such as finance and banking, biotechnology, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), multimedia content development, advanced manufacturing, and industrial design.

Human capital is a key pillar to the relentless quest for greater development. Malaysia consistently sets aside a high proportion development budget, averaging 20%, for education. In order to ensure that students gain relevant and cutting edge skills, education institutions should link closely with industries. Academic staff particularly in engineering, technology and the bio-medical fields must keep abreast with current progress in the private sector. Only then they are able to transmit new knowledge and advances to their students.
In spite of the prevailing trend of modernization, market forces and industry requirements should not solely determine the direction of higher education. Otherwise university programmes offered will be largely commercially-driven and lacking in comprehensiveness. Universities and colleges must be centers that advance our knowledge of culture and be custodians of the enduring richness of civilization. Modernization must not come with cultural degradation.

Foundation of Malaysia unique cultural heritage and religious values should be further strengthened as this country embarks on its journey to become a knowledge powerhouse in the region. Malaysians should strive to contribute positively to human civilization and progress. Malaysia has a natural strength in its cultural diversity to prosper as an inter-civilization knowledge centre while attending to technological innovation, scientific research, and financial management. Thus universities must be open to all knowledge and ideas, and to encourage a contestation of ideas. Only then would our universities be truly world class.











Language Medium of Instruction in Malaysia
PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES
English is the primary medium of instruction in all private higher educational institutions in Malaysia. Bahasa Malaysia is used in all Bachelor's Degree courses in Public Government Universities (except for subjects like Maths and Science which are conducted in English). English is only used for postgraduate studies at public universities.



Foreign University Branch Campus in Malaysia
Malaysia is an education hub providing courses tailored to satisfy the local market's needs and expectations. It also offers foreign qualifications that students can pursue in Malaysia in branch campuses from Universities of United Kingdom and Australia.
3+0 Status Private Colleges and Their Overseas University-Partners
3+0 degree concept was to enable students to complete a foreign degree programme in Malaysia without having to go to oversea university. Following universities offer 3+0 degree in Malaysia:
Universities from United States of America
Northwood University
Private Universities in Malaysia
Private universities in Malaysia are owned and established by private corporations headed by renowned Chief Executive Officers (CEOs). All private universities are profit-making corporation. These Private universities are invited and granted university status by the Malaysian Minister of Higher Education, empowered under the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996. They can confer the award of Bachelor degrees and other higher qualifications.
MAPCU (Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities) registered 18 March 1997 stands as Malaysia's most prestigious grouping of private higher education institutions with memberships from major well established private colleges and universities in Malaysia.

Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities is recognized by the Ministry of Education, the National Accreditation Board, the Multimedia Development Corporation, the Ministry of Finance, and the Economic Planning Unit of the Prime Minister's Department.

MAPCU Scholarship Programme was launched by former Minister of Education, Y.B. Dato' Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak in 1999. MAPCU member institutions have collectively offered over RM4 million worth of scholarships since 1999. http://www.studymalaysia.com/mapcu/
University-College Status
The University-College status is conferred by Ministry of Education of Malaysia to qualifying colleges which fulfill the high expectations in producing industry-relevant graduates.

Ranked by Times Higher Education Supplement
2008
Asia Ranking
2008
World Ranking
Universities in Asia Country
1 19 University of Tokyo Japan
2 25 Kyoto University Japan
3 26 University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
4 30 National University of Singapore Singapore
5 39 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Hong Kong
6 42 Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
7 44 Osaka University Japan
8 50= Peking University China
9 50= Seoul National University South Korea
10 56 Tsinghua University China
11 61 Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan
12 77 Nanyang Technological University Singapore
13 93 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel
14 95 Korea Advanced Inst of Science & Technology South Korea
15 109 Technion— Israel Institute of Technology Israel
16 112 Tohoku University Japan
17 113 Fudan University China
18 114 Tel Aviv University Israel
19 120 Nagoya University Japan
20 124 National Taiwan University Taiwan
21 141 University of Science and Technology of China China
22 143 Nanjing University China
23 144 Shanghai Jiao Tong University China
24 147 City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
25 154 Indian Institute of Technology Delhi India
26 158 Kyushu University Japan
27 166 Chulalongkorn University Thailand
28 174= Hokkaido University Japan
29 174= Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) India
30 180 Waseda University Japan
31 188 Pohang University of Science and Technology South Korea
32 199 Kobe University Japan


The Top university in each Asian country
Ranked by Times Higher Education Supplement
2006
Ranking in Asia
2008
Ranking in Asia
China 1 Beijing University 8 Beijing University
Japan 2 University of Tokyo 1 University of Tokyo
Singapore 3 National University of Singapore 4 National University of Singapore
Hong Kong 8 University of Hong Kong 3 University of Hong Kong
Indian 15 Indian Institute of Technology 25 Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
South Korea 18 Seoul National University, South Korea 9 Seoul National University
Taiwan 25 National Taiwan University 20 National Taiwan University
Israel 29 Hebrew University of Jerusalem 13 Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Thailand 41 Chulalongkorn University Thailand 27 Chulalongkorn University
Malaysia 48 University Kebangsaan Malaysia

Universiti dan Kolej di Malaysia
Malaysia has 11 public universities, 6 public university colleges, 10 private universities, one private university college and more than 600 private colleges. Most of them offer similar courses. Many junior colleges provide distance education programs.



The encouragement and promotion by the Ministry of Education of Malaysia resulted an increasing number of foreign students coming to study in Malaysia. Currently, there are about 20,000 foreign students in Malaysia's Public Universities that are renowned in the Asia-Pacific-Region, such as University of Malaya, University of Putra and University of Science Malaysia.
Public Universities offer a range of 3 to 4 year degree courses.
3 prestigious oversea universities overseas already set up their branch campuses in Malaysia offering a range of degree programs :
Other then Universities, there are also well established private educational institutions. These private educational institutions collaborate with university partners in the USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand are providing wide range of tertiary programs. Students enrolled in the programs complete all or part of their studies in Malaysia, and they can expect significant savings compared to completing the entire course overseas.
There are three main types of programs, namely 3+0, Split and Credit transfer programs :
  • 3+0 program
    Students complete the entire program in Malaysia will be conferred with a foreign degree (a foreign degree at a much lower cost)
  • Split programs (2+1, 1.5+1.5, 1+2)
    Under these programs, students complete part of their studies in Malaysia and the rest overseas.
  • Credit Transfer
    Students study in Malaysia and obtain required credits, and transfer them to universities overseas.






By Malaysian Government : 2000 2005 2007
1 National University 11 11 20
2 National University College 0 6
3 Technical College 11 20
4 Community College 0 34 37
Total :
22 71





Private : 2000 2005 2007
1 Private University 5 11 32
2 Private University College 0 11
3 Campus of Oversea University 3 5 4
4 College 632 532 485
Total :
640 559





UNIVERSITI  TERBUKA  MALAYSIA  OUM



n Private Universities in Malaysia


There are total 18 Private Universities in Malaysia : List of Private Universities



UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR http://www.unikl.edu.my

1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel: +603 - 2175 4000
Fax:+603 - 2175 4001



الجامعة الإسلامية العالمية ماليزيا
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)










Wawasan Open University College
Wawasan Open University is Malaysia's first private not-for-profit tertiary institution dedicated to working adults. More...






Wawasan Open University College is Malaysia’s first private not-for-profit open learning university. A university aimed at providing new opportunities for higher learning to working adults who wish to study in Malaysia for accredited qualifications or for personal enrichment. The flexible, self-paced learning environment is specially designed for the convenience and accessibility of adult learners. It aims to bring down the personal cost of learning to a level that more people can afford. Wawasan Open University College headquarters is located in Penang. Learners are supported by trained tutors in learning centres in Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.
Wawasan Open University College 51-20, Menara BHL Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah 10050 Penang Tel No: 04-227-3323







International Medical University (IMU)International Medical University (IMU)
International Medical University IMU
www.imu.edu.my

IMU is the premier private medical university in Malaysia. The university is in partnership with 26 international research-intensive universities in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the USA.







































n Private University Colleges in Malaysia

INTI International University College www.inti.edu.my




2 University College Sedaya International UCSI www.ucsi.edu.my
4 Kolej Universiti Teknologi & Pengurusan Malaysia KUTPM www.kutpm.edu.my
5 International University College of Technology Twintech Twintech
6 HELP University College (Help Institute ) HELP www.help.edu.my

n Private Colleges and Institutes in Malaysia


Institut Sinaran Institut Sinaran started in 1987 as Sabah Tshung Tsin Pre-University Centre to provide affordable internationally recognized Pre-U qualification locally.
http://www.institut-sinaran.edu.my/intro.htm

Kemayan Advance Tertiary College Kemayan
http://www.atc2u.com

Kolej Legenda
www.kolejlegenda.edu.my

One of the largest private colleges in Malaysia




MAHSA COLLEGE(Kolej Medikal dan Ahli Sains Bersekutu)www.mahsa.edu.my


The Otomotif Collegewww.otomotif.edu.my

Putra International Collegewww.iputra.edu.my

n Private Colleges <See detail list of Private Colleges in Malaysia>


Kolej Yayasan Sabah www.kys.edu.my
INSTITUT SINARAN www.institut-sinaran.edu.my
DASEIN Academy of Art www.dasein.edu.my
Multimedia University www.mmu.edu.my
Kolej Bandar Utama www.kbu.edu.my
Kolej Damansara Utama Pulau Pinang www.kdupg.edu.my
Kolej Damansara Utama www.kdu.edu.my
Sepang Institute of Technology www.sit.edu.my
Stamford College www.stamford.edu.my
Strategy College www.strategy.edu.my
TPM Academy www.tpmacademy.edu.my
TAR College www.tarc.edu.my
Taylor's College Malaysia (7 colleges) www.taylors.edu.my
UCS www.ucs.edu.my
Nilai International College www.nilai.edu.my
Institut Teknologi Suria
Institut Teknologi Pertama www.legendagroup.com.my
Systematic College Petaling Jaya www.systematic.edu.my
Binary College www.binary.edu.my
Institut Putra www.iputra.edu.my
University College Sedaya International www.ucsi.edu.my
International University College of Technology Twintech www.twintech.edu.my
INTI COLLEGE SABAH www.intisabah.edu.my
INTI College Sarawak www.intisar.edu.my
INTI College Subang Jaya www.intisj.edu.my
INTI International College Penang www.intimal.edu.my
Institut Perkim-Goon IPG www.ipg.edu.my
Kolej Disted-Stamford www.disted.edu.my
KDU College www.kdu.edu.my
Kale Tafe Seremban -
Linton College -
Malaysian Institute of Art www.mia.edu.my
Prime College www.prime.edu.np
APIIT Technology Park Malaysia www.apiit.edu.my

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